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Your brain cells communicate by electricity. Whenever you hear a sound, your neurons fire in a rhythmic pulse.

The pitches played by this piano (from Supertramp's 'Gone Hollywood') just happen to make your neurons fire a metronomic 86.8560 beats per minute. We then slowed down the piano to match the tempo, creating a loop that your brain can 'tap along to' and based a composition off of it.

Once your brain hears more interactions, it creates a new beat pattern at the same tempo, which causes your brain to make another beat pattern, which causes your brain to make another beat pattern...

-Kirk Pearson


from Neuron, released July 22, 2012
Kirk Pearson- voice, keyboards, cello, accordion, percussion
Cindy Lan- viola

Samples 'Gone Hollywood' by Supertramp.




Kirk Pearson New York

Electronic noisemaker/
sound collector/
aural storyteller/that kid you kinda knew in high school.

Most importantly, composer of electronic music and player of mandolins. Studier at Oberlin Conservatory.

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